The Private Rate of Return to Schooling: Evidence from Eritrea

Kifle, Temesgen (2007) The Private Rate of Return to Schooling: Evidence from Eritrea. Essays In Education, 21 77-99.

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Author Kifle, Temesgen
Title The Private Rate of Return to Schooling: Evidence from Eritrea
Journal name Essays In Education
ISSN 1527-9359
Publication date 2007-01-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
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Volume 21
Start page 77
End page 99
Total pages 23
Editor T. Lintner
Place of publication Aiken South Carolina
Publisher Department of Education, University Of South Carolina Aiken
Language eng
Subject 1402 Applied Economics
Abstract The extent of links between education and earnings is a determining factor in making decisions about investment in education. The purpose of this study is to estimate the private rate of return to education in Eritrea using sample data from employees working in public and private sector of the economy. The main result obtained with the help of extended Mincerian earnings function indicates the financially rewarding effect of education. It is also found that the rates of return to education increase with the increase in levels of education. The findings imply a need for expanding access to education and the possibility of sharing the cost burden of education, especially at tertiary level of education
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